Case #6
Mummy's the Word

Date First Aired: May 21, 1977
The Secret Word Is: "Rope"
Song Performed: Wrap Up All My Dreams
Sung By: Doc
The Girl: Selma Lee, archeology student
Who She Falls For: Bugs
The Villains: Amahl Aminute, Hassan Fetch Feathers and the Guard
Plot: Reminiscing about a past case, the Kids recall the time they helped Selma Lee save her Egyptian mummy from two ruthless thieves, or rather the mummy’s sarcophagus covered with expensive jewels.
Do they do their introduction? Yes
Does Doc charm the girl?
No, but he did like the girl
Does Bugs go bananas? No
Does P.T. use Seymour? No
Does Doomsday eat (or plan to eat) something weird?
No, but he’s excited about the food at the bad guys’ headquarters
Is there a Klinsinger Report? Yes
Do they go to the Krelvin Building?
Notes: This episode did not air in the original rotation of episodes in 1976 and was one of the first two episodes to be filmed.  In these two early entries, the Big Bologna was blue and everyone except Doomsday wore different clothes.  Because of this, there was concern that these two episodes would be confusing to viewers.  At some point they were turned into "flashback" episodes, with newer segments showing the guys reminiscing about their past case, saying, "Don’t you remember the good old days when the Big Bologna was blue?" which turns into a song.  Doomsday also makes the comment, "Boy, you guys sure dressed funny in those days."  In this way the "missing" episodes were able to finally air when the show returned in 1977.

Guest Stars:
Susan Lanier as Selma Lee

Richard Karron as The Guard
Marvin Kaplan as Hassan Fetch Feathers


You can view some rare, rough cut footage from this episode, as well as one
of the scenes restored with the final audio, embedded on our
Videos page!

You can now download a complete MP3 audio recording of this episode!  Just right click on the link below and select "Save Target As" to save to your computer!
Many thanks to Kathy Wheeler for recording the episodes back in the day and sharing them so that we were able to provide copies here!
MP3 file of Mummy's the Word


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